Read the full story on Japan 2 Earth where it was first published - DENSO Launches New System to Recycle Plastic Bottles Almost Indefinitely
The system allows plastic bottles collected at DENSO's headquarters in Aichi Prefecture's Kariya to be recycled repeatedly, almost indefinitely. By effectively reusing resources, the companies aim to additionally contribute to the realization of a sustainable society. Further details on the collecting and sorting process of the plastic bottles were revealed to the press.
DENSO employees are encouraged to follow a simple protocol. After drinking from a plastic bottle, they remove the cap and also rush the empty container. Then, they deposit the bottle into any of the three designated collection stations set up at the company's headquarters.
Continue reading the full story on Japan 2 Earth to learn more about how DENSO is making recycling easier for its employees.
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Author: The Sankei Shimbun